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Radical Genuineness: What Can DBT Teach Us About How to be Eating Disorder Clinicians? (Part 2)

Leslie Anderson - Radical Genuineness part 2

This feature by Leslie Karwoski Anderson, PhD is Part 2 of 2 in a series about DBT for eating disorders. In the first part, Leslie addresses her experience working with DBT as an eating disorder clinician and the first of five Eating Disorder skills she will discuss in this blog. In this second part, she will discuss the remaining four Eating Disorder skills, including Radical Acceptance, Validation, Effective Eating, and Non-judgmentalness.

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Radical Genuineness: What Can DBT Teach Us About How to be Eating Disorder Clinicians? (Part 1)

Radical Genuineness: What Can DBT Teach Us About How to be Eating Disorder Clinicians? (Part 1)

This feature by Leslie Karwoski Anderson, PhD is Part 1 of 2 in a series about DBT for eating disorders. In this first part, Leslie addresses her experience working with DBT as an eating disorder clinician and the first of five Eating Disorder skills she will discuss in this blog.

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Clinical Interventions in DBT-C (Part 2)

12.14.2022 - Clinical Interventions in DBT-C Part 2

This feature by Gloria Seo, LCSW-C and Casey Anderson, LCPC, RPT is Part 2 of 2 in a series about clinical interventions that honor the core concepts of DBT-C. In the first part here, Gloria and Casey addressed their favorite interventions in Pretreatment. In part two, they discuss interventions in individual psychotherapy.

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DBT for Adolescents (Part 2)

DBT for Adolescents part 2

This feature by Lorie Ritschel, PhD is Part 2 of 2 in a series about DBT for adolescents. In the first part, Lorie addressed her experience as a DBT therapist working with adolescents and a couple of notable differences between DBT and DBT-A. In this part two, we will address caregiver therapy interfering behavior.

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Treatment Strategies to Help Clients Build the Lives They Want (Part 2)

Treatment Strategies to Help Clients Build the Lives They Want Part 2

This feature by Donna Pattie, MSW, LICSW is Part 2 of 2 in a series about treatment strategies to help clients build the lives they want. In part one, Donna addressed the dialectical lens she uses with clients starting in session one, as well as a framework to help therapists and clients see the spectrum from misery and suffering to envisioning the life they want. Here in part two, she will explore linking DBT treatment strategies to client goals.

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Treatment Strategies to Help Clients Build the Lives They Want (Part 1)

9.28.2022 - Treatment Strategies to Help Clients Build the Lives They Want Part 1

This feature by Donna Pattie, MSW, LICSW is Part 1 of 2 in a series about treatment strategies to help clients build the lives they want. In this first part, Donna addresses the dialectical lens she uses with clients starting in session one, as well as a framework to help therapists and clients see the spectrum from misery and suffering to envisioning the life they want.

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Mental Health & DBT in The Arab World and Where it’s Heading

Mental Health & DBT in The Arab World and Where it’s Heading

This feature by Basma Kilani, M.A highlights how DBT was first introduced to the Arab region, the timeline of Basma’s journey with DBT and how that influenced the region, and what the future of DBT looks like in the Arab world.

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